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Niagara Falls

Although winters are cold in Niagara Falls, travel during the winter months offers plenty of savings. Visitors in winter can always take advantage of indoor activities. The Falls light up from November to January during the annual Winter Festival of Lights. Summer is the most popular time to visit Niagara Falls and see the sights. The Maid of the Mist, one of the area's top attractions, only operates between April and October. Hotel prices reflect this season's demand. Niagara Falls are composed of two major sections, separated by Goat Island: the Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian side and the American Falls on the American side. The international boundary line was originally drawn through Horseshoe Falls in 1819, but the boundary has long been in dispute due to natural erosion and construction.





Jordan & the Niagara Wine Region

Tour Niagara’s Wine Route to experience the variety, personality, distinction and terroir of Wine Country Ontario. Niagara has earned an outstanding reputation for producing an array of exceptional wines in addition to our internationally acclaimed Icewine. With over 70 award-winning wineries just over an hour away from Toronto. Dozens of wineries, Niagara Region offers visitors spectacular natural surroundings. Jordan is only one chaming town amongst many in the area. Take a wine tour, by bike, car or airbus, visit Cave Spring Cellars - a scenic winery with a restaurant, spa, resort and shopping.




Collingwood / Wasaga Beach

Town of Collingwood, is rightly coined a premier ranking tourist destination. The many Collingwood attractions has earned the approval of outdoor lovers and wandering tourists. Located at the foot of Blue Mountain, the small town has the advantage of having both pristine beaches and magnificent ski hills. Collingwood is about two hours away from Toronto, it gives visitors easy access to skiing, golf, mountain biking and much more. Collingwood is probably best known in Ontario as a ski resort town. Intrawest operates Blue Mountain ski resort in Collingwood, which is the city's main draw. Visit also: Blue Mountain, Nancy Island Museum, Scenic Caves, Ski Collingwood, Wasaga Beach Beaches, Wasaga Beach Paintball Adventure, Wasaga Beach Rounds Ranch...






Niagara-on-the-Lake, often called the loveliest town in Ontario, has a long and distinguished history. Site of the old Neutral Indian village of Onghiara, it was settled at the close of the American Revolution by Loyalists coming to Upper Canada, many of whom had been members of the much feared Butler's Rangers based during the American Revolution at Fort Niagara, then under British control. The town is home to the Shaw Festival, a series of theatrical productions featuring the works of George Bernard Shaw, his contemporaries, or plays about his era (1856–1950), running from April to November. The festival operates three theatres in the centre of town: the Festival, Royal George, and Court House theatres, and features one of a repertory acting company, scenic staff, and collection of resident and guest directors considered some of the best in the English-speaking world.








Known foremost as a steel town, Hamilton also has a rich cultural side, including historical museums and fine art galleries. Hamilton was the host of Canada's first major international athletic event, the first Commonwealth Games (then called the British Empire Games) in 1930. The most important economic activity in Ontario is manufacturing, and the Toronto–Hamilton region is the most highly industrialized section of the country. Hamilton has built on its historical and social background with attractions including the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, the HMCS Haida National Historic Site, Dundurn Castle, the Royal Botanical Gardens, which has the largest lilac collection and 30-kilometres of trails, the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, the African Lion Safari Park, the Cathedral of Christ the King, and the Workers' Arts and Heritage Centre.






Oakville is a posh town with superb dining and shopping. If you're looking for a day of boutiques and galleries in a pretty waterside setting, Oakville is a good choice. Oakville's Planning Department divides the town into communities: Old Oakville, Kerr Village, Bronte, Eastlake, Clearview, College Park, Iroquois Ridge North, Iroquois Ridge South, Glen Abbey, Palermo, River Oaks, Uptown Core, West Oak Trails. Events in Oakville include: Downtown Oakville Jazz Festival - an annual summer jazz festival, Waterfront Festival - the festival included small amusement park rides, arts and crafts, food and drinks, free concerts headlined by Canadian bands, and nightly fireworks displays, For the Love of the Arts Festival - annual event taking place in the late spring in Oakville that is intended as showcase of local talent, skills, crafts, literary art, dance performances, theatre groups and music performances, Midnight Madness - annual street festival takes place during the month of July and provides an opportunity for local stores and vendors to showcase new products and sales.





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St Jacobs Country

St Jacobs has maintained its small-town charm despite being a major tourist draw. The local Mennonites are part of the town's success story as many of their unique wares are sold in the more than 100 specialty shops and at the outstanding Farmer's Market. St Jacobs features dozens of artisans in historic buildings, such as, the Country Mill, Village Silos, Mill Shed, Old Factory, and Riverworks Retail Centre. Visitors may watch artisans make pottery, quilts, designer clothes, jewelery, glass vases, woven wall hangings tiffany lamps, stained glass doors, miniature doll houses and more. There are also two blacksmith shops to visit. Three kilometres south of the town centre is the St. Jacobs Farmers' Market with fresh farm products are sold from across the area, plus many vendors have discount clothing, toys, candy, and other wares.





Elora (including Elmira and Fergus)

The town of Elora and nearby Elmira and Fergus offer up small-town Ontario at its best. The spectacular Elora Gorge is at the western edge of the village, adjacent to the Elora Gorge Conservation Area. At the eastern end of the village is the Elora Quarry Conservation Area, a scenic former limestone quarry, which is now a popular swimming area. The Elora Quarry was used to film a couple of scenes for some movies. Elora is also a noted tourist attraction, with a famous waterfall, called the Tooth of Time, overlooked by an old mill, numerous small shops and art galleries. The village is a terminus to Ontario's scenic 47-km Elora Cataract Trailway to its east. The township of Centre Wellington has a community museum and an active historical society. Here you can shop, tube down the Grand River, hike, visit or dine at the Elora Mill, Fergus Scottish Festival, Elora Festival, Elora-Fergus Artist Studio Tour.





Famous for its annual Stratford Festival, the picturesque town of Stratford on the Avon River is also known for its beautiful gardens. The annual festival now brings hundreds of thousands of theatre goers and tourists to the area. The world-renowned festival takes place in four theatres throughout the city: the Festival Theatre, the Avon Theatre, Tom Patterson Theatre and the Studio Theatre. Nearby St Marys has a well-preserved Victorian downtown district and one of the largest collections of historic limestone buildings in Ontario. The Stratford Summer Music Festival has been held for seven seasons and features indoor and outdoor performances by international, classical, and world music artists as well as young Canadian performers around downtown Stratford.




Midland / Penatanguishene

Georgian Bay plays a significant role in the tourism industry of Midland and Penetanguishene. In Midland, the beaches beckon it visitors; and in Penetanguishene, the rich aboriginal culture explains the history of the town. Midland and Penetanguishene attractions are rich combinations of the two diverse but related cultures. In Penetanguishene, the Huronia Museum and the Huron or Ouendat Village as well as the lure of outdoor activities are an example of a Midland and Penetanguishene attractions for all seasons. Attractions include: Discovery Harbour - an Ontario tourism destination, Discovery Harbour is also home to the replica British sailing ships H.M.S. Tecumseth and H.M.S. Bee, Georgian Bay Islands National Park, Georgian Bay Queen Penetanguishene 30,000 Island Cruise, Huronia Museum & Huron-Ouendat Village, Kings Wharf Theatre, Martyr's Shrine, Penetanguishene Centennial Museum & Archives, Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre.





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